Welcome to FBCMUD 131

Mission Statement

Fort Bend MUD #131 Board will operate with transparency, integrity, and responsibly. We will maintain our water, wastewater, and recreational facilities in a manner that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements and provides adequate and reliable capacity for District needs. We will operate the District in a manner that protects the public health, ensures the financial stability of the District, and benefits the community.

Wildlife Surrounds Us in Southern Colony / FBMUD 131

Southern Colony’s abundance of trees and waterways is what draws many residents to our community. This natural beauty is also the perfect environment for many of Texas’ native animals. When the weather warms, residents may notice what appears to be an increase in wildlife sightings. Just as we head outdoors to enjoy the weather, so does the surrounding wildlife.

April and May are mating season for alligators, and residents are likely to notice more movement across land by our reptillian neighbhors. Alligators, snakes, birds, ducks, and a number of other animals were here long before houses and businesses were built, and these animals continue to live in our comunity.

While it may be a bit of a surprise or unsettling to see an alligator or a snake, all are naturally feaful of man and will turn away if not antagonized. The best plan of action is one of avoidance; residents should be mindful of where they are walking, keep pets on a leash, and avoid tall grasses and the edge of lakes (where alligators and snakes may sunbathe). When letting pets out into yards in the early morning and evening hours, it may be a good idea to remain outdoors with them.

We do not remove or schedule removal of an animal. Residents are encouraged to contact Fort Bend Animal Control at 281/342-1512 or the Texas Parks and Wildlife southwest Houston office at 281/842-8100. Residents should be aware that both entities encourage learning to co-exist with our animal neighbors.

Restroom Closure at Southern Colony Park

Attention District Residents and Park Users:

The restrooms at the Southern Colony Recreation Center Park, as well as the water fountains have been closed off due to needed repairs. To ensure your safety, we ask that you avoid any attempts to use these areas.

Secondly, please note that the stage in the lower area of the Detention Pond has also been fenced off – which means no residents should be found in this area.

Until further notice, access to these areas will be off limits, and only contractors of the MUD District should be found in these areas.